Now Available: GPO and LC Release Digitized Bound Congressional Record for the 1920s
From the GPO:
The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO), in partnership with the Library of Congress (LC), has made available on govinfo digitized versions of the Congressional Record (Bound Edition) from 1921-1930.
This release covers debates and proceedings of the 67th through the 71st Congresses. This era of Congress covers historical topics such as:
- The final two years of the administration of President Wilson, the administrations of Presidents Harding and Coolidge, and the first two years of the administration of President Hoover
- The Immigration Act of 1924
- The Kellogg-Briand Pact to end war
- The Dawes Plan for WWI reparations
- The Teapot Dome Scandal
- The Stock Market Crash of 1929
GPO and LC will continue to release digitized versions of the Bound Congressional Record all the way back to the first volume published in 1873. GPO published the first issue of the Congressional Record on March 5, 1873.
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Previous Releases of the Bound Congressional Record
See Also: GPO Announces Digital Release of Historical Congressional Record for the 1950s (June 28, 2017)
See Also: Now Available Online From GPO: Historical Congressional Record For 1971-1980 (March 7, 2017)
See Also: Digitized Editions of Historical Congressional Record for the 1980s on GPO’s GovInfo (November 29, 2016)
See Also: GPO and Library of Congress Release Digital Bound Version of Congressional Record (1991-1998) (September 20, 2016)
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